As scheduled on December 1, the anime of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean on Netflix. Through this video-on-demand service, 12 episodes based on the work of Hirohiko araki.
This is how fans can once again enjoy the work of David Production. Something that some of them surely noticed is that it has many references to music. They can never be absent.
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The manga of Araki has always stood out for having many allusions to music rock and pop contemporary. It’s because of what you name like Stone Free, Kiss, Foo Fighters, Goo Goo Dolls and Weather Report they are familiar to several people.
But those who are watching the adventures of Jolyne cujoh they discovered that there is also an allusion to the famous singer Madonna, the also called Queen of pop. It’s funny the way it is handled.
What happens is that most of the musical references in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean, as well as in other installments of the series, have to do with names of characters or the Stands What do they use.
In one of the episodes Jolyne She is sent beyond the prison walls to discover the fate of a prisoner whose whereabouts are unknown. The easter egg or easter egg of Madonna it is related to a security system.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean and its reference to the Queen of Pop
Specifically, the one employed in the prison of Green street dolphin where she is secluded. This is used to control prisoners and has the name Like a virgin.
It is the same title of a song by this singer and that is part of the musical album of the same name, which was published on November 6, 1984.
In the case of this manga and anime, it is made up of bracelets worn by inmates during searches abroad.
If by any chance they get too far from the prison guard that accompanies them, these bracelets will explode. It is a deadly method devised to prevent them from escaping. So the daughter of Jotaro faces a great challenge in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean.
Of course, we are not going to tell you what happens next. You’d better see it yourself in the anime, which as we mentioned before is currently available on Netflix.